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Lloyd Lonergan

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Years active  1910 - 1921
Name  Lloyd Lonergan

Role  Screenwriter
Ex-spouse  Molly Homan
Lloyd Lonergan

Born  March 3, 1870 (1870-03-03) Chicago, Illinois
Died  April 6, 1937, New York City, New York, United States
Movies  The Actor's Children, The Man Without a Country
Parents  Thomas Lonergan, Ellen A. Lonergan
Siblings  Elizabeth Lonergan, Philip Lonergan
Similar People  Edwin Thanhouser, Gertrude Thanhouser, William Garwood, Mignon Anderson, Florence La Badie

Lloyd Lonergan (3 March 1870, Chicago, Illinois - 6 April 1937, New York City) was one of the most prolific scenario and screenwriters in American silent film.

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A brother-in-law of Edwin Thanhouser he worked for the Thanhouser Company based in New Rochelle, New York, writing screenplays for over 100 films.

His career was at its peak in the earlier short film era particularly in 1912 when Lonergan wrote the scripts for an astonishing 50 films. His sister Elizabeth Lonergan was also a notable screenwriter.

Filmography

  • The Man Without a Country (1917)
  • My Lady's Garter (1919)
  • References

    Lloyd Lonergan Wikipedia